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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by bullfrogblues, Jun 23, 2016.
There's a pickguard there?
Actually, I'm not exactly sure.
To quote Wackypaedia:
Jenn Wasner is one of the founding members of the band Wye Oak, from Baltimore, Maryland. Along with her friend Andy Stack, they have performed on tour with notable bands such as The National and The Decemberists. Wasner has completed numerous other music projects as well, including a solo project entitled Flock of Dimes, and a collaboration called Dungeonesse with Jon Ehrens of White Life and Art Department.
That said, guitar looks cool but a bit much for me.
I only have one Reverend
It's got a darkish goldtop finish and is between the White Falcon and the Firebird.
Looks just like mine! a Charger 290 goldtop.
Jenn must've got the go ahead from the Art Department...
I have a black Reverend Charger with humbucker's.
Now that works for me. Nice lookin' axe - that goldtop.
I really like Reverend guitars...that finish in the OP is not for me.
Must not, ..look to....long.....ah that's better
My favourite Reverend is the own I own. Because it's mine. The one pictured by the OP is interesting, but not my thing. Kinda like it, though. My feeling is that if Reverend makes a guitar that attracts you for some reason, buy it. I admit that I've made small mods, but I've never regretted it.
Looks like the 2005 Reverend Charger HB I once owned with a bizarre paint finish
It looks more like the Annie Leibovitz portrait of Keith Harring than like Rick Neilsens checkerboard. However, when Mr Neilsen passes he'll die with that Hamer in his hand.